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Monarch Commends Ikeja Electric

…Appeals to subjects to pay bills promptly

The Osolo of Isolo Kingdom, HRM Oba Kabiru Kolawole Agbabiaka, the traditional ruler of Isolo kingdom has commended Ikeja Electric and its staff for hard work and commitment to ensuring better service delivery across his kingdom. (more…)

Three Remanded In Prison For Assault On Ikeja Electric Staff

Three men were on Tuesday brought before an Ogudu Magistrate Court in Lagos State for assaulting staff of Ikeja Electric while performing their official duties. The accused persons are: Godfrey Endurance, 22; Ihonre Samson, 32; and Ayodeji Adeoye, 30, residents of Otunba Onakoya Street, Mende, Maryland, Lagos.

The accused persons committed the offence on March 13 at 1-5, Otunba Onakoya Street, Mende, Maryland in Lagos State and the incident was reported at the Anthony Police Station on the same day. The staff were assaulted while carrying out their official duties.

The prosecutor said the offences committed were contrary to Sections 409, 166 (b) and 172 of the Criminal Law of Lagos, 2011. The Magistrate, O. S. Amusat, granted the accused persons bail subject to the verification of their sureties’ addresses.
IE’s Head of Corporate Communications, Felix Ofulue, stated that the accused persons were remanded in Ikoyi Prisons pending perfection of their bail conditions.

The matter was later adjourned to April 24 for mention.

Ikeja Electric Commissions Two New Injection Substations

The Shomolu and Akowonjo Business Units of Ikeja Electric have strengthened their networks in a concerted bid to improve power supply to customers. The two Business Units recently commissioned two new Injection Sub-Stations at Abule Taylor (1 x 15MVA) and Olowora (1 X 15MVA).

The Abule Taylor Injection station will relieve the existing overloaded Ekoro 2 X 15MVA Injection Substation while Olowora Injection Sub-Station will relieve the overloaded Ojodu and Isheri Injection Substations which will further strengthen the 11kv feeders supplying Isheri, Omole Phase ll and environs. (more…)

IE Calls For Extra Caution As Rainy Season Picks Up


Lagos Nigeria; March 7th, 2017: Ikeja Electric, Nigeria’s largest electricity distribution company, has called on the general public to exercise extra caution around electrical installations within its network as the rainy season begins to gain momentum.

Noting that the rainy season is usually plagued with increased accidents within the electricity sector as a result of heavy rainfall, windstorms and floods, the company’s Head of Corporate Communications, Felix Ofulue, urged members of the public to be on their guard in order to avoid falling victims of any accident that could easily occur during the rains. (more…)

Ikeja Electric Announces Power Interruption

The management of Ikeja Electric has announced that there will be disruption of power supply to certain areas under its network, due to planned outage resulting from the maintenance work being carried out by the Transmission Company of Nigeria on its transformers at the Ikeja West Transmission Station. (more…)


… In commemoration of World Civil Defence Day

The Lagos State Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Mr. Tajudeen Balogun, yesterday, paid a courtesy visit to the Corporate Headquarters of Ikeja Electric in commemoration of this year’s celebration of the World Civil Defence Day. (more…)